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How to use Twitter Bootstrap to Create a Responsive Website Design

How to use Twitter Bootstrap to Create a Responsive Website Design
"Welcome to the responsive web!" In the last year or so this term has been thrown around everywhere, so often that even a lot of my clients are asking for a responsive design from the get go. This, to me, is really interesting because they never asked for a mobile or tablet version back in the day. One would argue that mobile wasn't so mainstream and everybody was trying to imitate the IOS interface on the web, and I agree, it was bad, but that's not the only reason why clients are asking for responsive!? Somehow they think we turn responsive design on or off as we please and that it's just normal to have, so the price should stay the same. Well, it's not that easy. How to use Twitter Bootstrap to Create a Responsive Website Design Responsive web design is an approach, I often call it a mindset, because you have to change the way you think when you're going responsive. The idea of responsive design relies on CSS3 media queries that target specific screen resolutions and sizes. That’s it!

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